Category Archives: Weekly Update

URJ on Hurricane Sandy Relief

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Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast of the United States, doing billions of dollars in damage, causing dozens of deaths, and leaving more than 7.5 million people without power. As the storm was downgraded to a low pressure system, it continued to wreak havoc as far west as Cleveland, Ohio, and as far north as Toronto, Ontario.

Even as we work to determine the specific impact to URJ congregations and families, and to our larger communities, it is already clear – too clear – that this storm will require a long-term, coordinated recovery effort. The URJ is in the process of reaching out to all our congregations on the east coast and throughout the Midwest to determine what the most immediate needs are in impacted communities.

With your support the URJ will provide relief to congregations, families and communities, just as we have done for victims of natural disasters around the world. Together we can provide hope and help to those in need.U.S. Donations can be made online to the URJ Hurricane Relief Fund or by mail:

Hurricane Relief Fund
Union for Reform Judaism
633 Third Ave.
New York, NY 10017

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2nd Grade Family Mitzvot Program

Second Grade Families spent time engaged in various activities designed to help them identify ways in which they can “partner” with God to help repair the world.  The students created a mural of their feet walking along the “yellow brick road” of mitzvot entitled “I can walk with God.”  We concluded the day with the families participating in two service projects: Tying blankets for Project Linus and tying packs of silverware for use at the Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen.

TSTI Weekly Email Thursday, February 23, 2012 30 Shevat 5772

Please let us know you are coming… 
to the MONTROSE MANSION BLUES BAR

Saturday, March 3, 7pm – 11pm
We will transform our Mansion House into
a beautiful Cocktail Lounge
with live music, wonderful food
and other fun entertainment

Featuring the rock and blues of

Alan Paul and his band “Big in China”
PLEASE JOIN US AND BRING LOTS OF FRIENDS!
Cost is $75 per person
Send your check to Temple with the names of attendees or pay on the TSTI Website
Any questions? Email Sue Wishnow or Helene Sorin.

Second Connection Shabbat Dinner will be held this Fri., Feb. 24 after services.  Questions or RSVP, email Arlene Brafman.

DON’T MISS the Women’s Connection Inter-generational Passover Seder:  Invitations are out and we are waiting for your response!!  Don’t miss this wonderful annual event on Mar. 15, 6pm-9pm.  Put your own table together or sit with new friends… Bring your mom, daughter, friends and register by March 1! Contact Andrea Bergman with any questions.
Passover is just around the corner:  Check out the

Temple gift shop for all your Passover needs.

Volunteer at the JVS Jobothon:  If you can work the phones for a shift this Sun. Feb. 26: 10am-12pm, 12pm-2pm or 2pm-4pm, please email Jane Hecht and let her know your availability.

STISY Winter Food Fest!  Join STISY for a relaxing afternoon of fun-filled winter activities and delicious, home-cooked food on Sun. Feb. 26, 12pm-2:30pm.  $15 per STISY member/ $20 per non-member.  RSVP by Feb. 22 to Tracy Horwitz.

11th Grade College Program for Teens and Parents: Please join us on Tues. Feb. 28 at 7pm to explore what teens and parents need from each other at this point in the college process.

Come to the Movies at TSTI:  See “Remembering the Triangle Fire” on Sun. Mar. 4 at 7pm, facilitated by Michael Hirsch.  Free for TSTI members; $5 for guests.

RESCHEDULED ADULT EDUCATION CLASS – Judaism and the Environment: The Rabbinic Period Until Today:

Part of the URJ’s Greenfaith Certification Program, we will now explore how the early rabbis took those foundational texts and applied them to the world and its environment.  RSVP by Mon. Mar. 5 to  Deborah Dalgauer. Limited to the first 15 people.

GUYS…  NCAA March Madness on Wed. Mar. 14 at 7:30pm begins at TSTI.  $50 entry fee gets you food, drink and an opportunity to win.  Great way to meet other members.  RSVP to Andy Nadel.

Purim Extravaganza:  Please join us on Sun. Mar. 11 for the PurimShpiel at 9am followed by the Purim Extravaganza at 10am-12am. Click here for more information.

Teen Volunteers Are Needed! 

8th -12th graders are encouraged to help run the game booths and face painting at the Purim Extravaganza on Sun. Mar. 11, 9:30am-12pm.  Call or email Tracy Horwitzat 973-763-4116 ext. 286.

Ushers Needed!  We need ushers for our Shabbat morning services.  Could you spare a Shabbat morning to help out?  Services are warm and wonderful, and you would be doing a mitzvah as well!  If you can help, please contact Heidi Sussman.  Thank you in advance.

 

Please help TSTI go GREEN:  Sign up for paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you would like your Bulletin sent.

     
For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org. 

TIKUN OLAM…

REPAIRING THE WORLD
Bring One:  Please bring one item – canned veggies, beans, pasta, peanut butter, soup – each time you come to Temple to help support our community and the Interfaith Food Pantry. 

Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events.  Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.

 LOOKING AHEAD…

Visit our website at www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events

Delicious and Healthy Shabbat Dinner!  Join Women’s Connection members on Mon. April 16, 11am-1pm or 7pm-9pm to learn some great new recipes for Friday night and beyond!  To RSVP please make an $18 check out to TSTI Women’s Connection and mail to Andrea Baum, 60 Woodcrest Ave, Short Hills 07078.  Questions – email Andrea Baum.

WEEKLY PARASHA

Parasha T’rumah
Exodus 25:1 – 27:19

While on Mount Sinai, Moses receives detailed instructions from God concerning the building of a portable Tabernacle and Holy Ark in which to house the stone tablets containing God’s words.  God tells Moses, “Let them make Me a sanctuary, that I may dwell  among them.” (25:8)  The parasha describes the design and measurements of the Tabernacle and the Ark.  In building and furnishing the holy space, the people are to use gold, silver, copper, fine yarns of blue, purple and crimson, lapis lazuli and other stones, ram skins, dolphin skins and acacia wood.  All these items are to be gifts from the people to God.  The name of the parasha – T’rumah – is translated as “gifts.

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handicap symbolTemple Sharey Tefilo-Israel is an inclusive congregation, accessible and welcoming to all. If you need accommodations, please call Karen at the Temple office.

   

 

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This email is as updated as possible.  However, Temple information is subject to change without notice.  For verification of any information, please call the Temple office at 973-763-4116 or visit www.tsti.org. 

TSTI Weekly Email Thursday, January 26, 2012 2 Shevat 5772

SCHEDULE FOR SHABBAT   

shabbat

Fri., Jan. 27
Shabbat Service 6pm

Please come prior to services to enjoy an “oneg Shabbat” of cheese and crackers and fruit and to greet old friends and meet new ones 

Sat., Jan. 28

Minyan Service 9:15am

Shabbat Service Celebrating the Bat Mitzvah of Kayla Freedman   10:30am

MEETINGS AND PROGRAMS

Sun., Jan. 29

STISY Board Bonding 12:30pm
Wed., Feb. 2

Jewish Meditation 11am

Board of Trustees Meeting 7:30pm

TEMPLE FAMILY NEWS

Condolences to…Mark Ehrlichson on the death of his father, Herman EhrlichsonMatty Goldberg on the death of her cousin, June Dennis 

 

Mazel Tov to…

The Freedman family on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Kayla  

Share your family’s news with our Clergy and with members of Caring Community.  Please let us know of your family’s life cycle events or if you or someone you know is ill or in need of assistance from Temple.

SAVE THE DATE!!!

It’s time to relax and have fun!
Saturday, March 3 at 7pm
We will transform the Mansion House into our very own Cocktail Lounge…
Live music featuring Alan Paul
and his band “Big in China”
More information to come…
Any questions email Sue Wishnow or Helene Sorin.
Last Chance to Register for the URJ East District Shabbaton:  On Sat. Jan. 28, 8:45am-5:30pm at Congregation B’nai Jeshrun.  For more information and to register, go to the URJ Website.
Last Call – TSTI Women’s Connection Hilton Spa Retreat:  Spend Sun. Jan. 29, 11am-5pm at the spa with friends enjoying yoga (11am and 3pm), lunch (at 12:30pm) and a 15% discount on services.  Send your $50 check to Ilysse Rimalovski at 24 Euclid Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040 or call her at 973-220-8103.STISY/Hebrew High Pizza Party:  On Jan. 31, 7pm-8pm, all 9th – 12th graders are welcome to come enjoy delectable pizza, pasta, salad and dessert and the true STISY experience.  Followed by Hebrew High.  Enrollment not required.  Please RSVP to  Tracy Horwitz.

Special Program for 7th-12th grade students & parents:  Cookbook author June Hersh will present “Recipes Remembered” on Tues. Jan. 31 at 8pm (students report at usual 7pm start time).
Support our Preschool with a Night Out Off-Broadway:  See “Rated P…for Parenthood” on Sat. Feb. 11 at 8pm.  Tickets are just $50 for this special TSTI preview performance…and proceeds go towards development of the new outdoor classroom! Click here for the order form.  For questions, contact Erica Barton.

Women’s Connection Book Discussion with Rabbi Cohen:  Join with other WC members to discuss Joan Leegant’s novel “Wherever You Go” on Mon. Feb. 13, 7:30pm-9pm.  RSVP to Sue Brand.

Donate Prom Dresses:  We are once again collecting prom dresses to donate to girls who would love to go to their prom but cannot afford a dress.  They need to bevery gently used and currently in style.  Please bring your donation to Temple on Mon. Feb. 13, 7pm-8pm.

FREE Trips to Israel with Kesher Birthright:  10 day long trips open to Jewish 18-26 year-olds who have never been to Israel.  Sign up now at www.gokesher.org.

Women’s Connection Summer Scholarships Available: For more info, please contact Wendy Ferber with subject line “Women’s Connection Scholarship.”

Ushers Needed!  We need ushers for our Shabbat morning services.  Could you spare a Shabbat morning to help out?  Services are warm and wonderful, and you would be doing a mitzvah as well!  If you can help, please contact Heidi Sussman.  Thank you in advance.

Get $1,000 Grants for Summer Camp 2012:  For more information, click here, visitwww.onehappycamperNJ.org or contact Tracy Levine by email or at 973-929-2970.

Please help TSTI go GREEN:  Sign up for paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you would like your Bulletin sent.

     
For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org. 

TIKUN OLAM… REPAIRING THE WORLD

Bring One:  Now is the perfect time to buy a little extra to give to the Interfaith Food Pantry, as January canned good sales at local supermarkets make it easy to support our “Bring One” program.  Fill your cart for less and help us stock up on canned veggies, beans and soup for the many clients we serve each month. 

Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events.  Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.

 LOOKING AHEAD…

Visit our website at www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events

Come to the Movies at TSTI:  See “Remembering the Triangle Fire” on Sun. Mar. 4 at 7pm, facilitated by Michael Hirsh.  Free for TSTI members; $5 for guests.

Women’s Connection Seder:  Save the date – Thurs. Mar. 15, 6pm-9pm.

WEEKLY PARASHA

Parasha Bo Exodus 10:1 – 13:16

Parasha Bo begins with the eighth plague to strike the Egyptians – locusts.  The plague of darkness follows.  After more failed negotiations between Moses and Pharaoh, God tells Moses that the tenth plague will occur in the middle of the night.  This plague brings the death of all non-Jewish first born males.  Each Jewish family must sacrifice a lamb, paint its blood on the doorposts and prepare to flee.   As the tenth plague begins, even Pharaoh’s household is stricken and he finally permits the Israelites to leave.  A description of the rituals and observances for Passover are found in this parasha.

TSTI WEEKLY: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 26 Cheshvan 5772

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Please note that the Temple offices will close early today, Wednesday Nov. 23 and remain closed Thursday and Friday for the holiday. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!!!

The STISY Annual Midnight Run Clothing Drive is nearing the end and the following items are still needed by Sat., Dec. 3: LARGE or EXTRA LARGE (pref. Men’s), Shirts, Sweaters, Pants, Jackets, New Underwear and Socks (Men’s and Women’s), New Trial Size Toiletry Items, Hats and Glove

Ushers Needed! We need ushers for our Shabbat morning services. Could you spare a Shabbat morning to help out? Services are warm and wonderful, and you would be doing a mitzvah as well! If you can help, contact Heidi Sussman. Thank you in advance.

Adult Ed. Class – “Judaism and the Environment: originally scheduled for Mon., Nov. 28 is POSTPONED until Mon., Mar. 12.

Please help TSTI go GREEN: Sign up for paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you would like your Bulletin sent.

For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org.

TIKUN OLAM… REPAIRING THE WORLD

Bring One! We are still collecting food to meet the ongoing needs of our neighbors. Bring one can each time you or yours come to temple!

Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events. Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.

LOOKING AHEAD…

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Visit our website at http://www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events

NFL Night with TSTI: Save the date – Thurs., Dec. 8 at 7:30pm. Old friends and new – Come watch the NFL game and enjoy activities with fellow TSTI members at the Miami Mikes Sports Bar on Route 10 in East Hanover. Contact Andy Nadel or Jeff Karp with any questions, to volunteer or to RSVP.

Shabbat Scholar and Supper: Join us on Dec. 9 to hear Jane S. Gerber, Professor of Jewish History and Director of the Institute for Sephardic Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies at the Graduate School of the City University of New York, speak about “The Impact of Sephardic Jews on the Contemporary Jewish World”. Worship services are at 6pm, followed by Shabbat dinner ($25 per member, $36 non-member). Please send your RSVP to temple c/o Tracy Horwitz. Co-sponsored by the Renaissance Group.

WEEKLY PARASHA
Parasha Tol’dot
Genesis 25:19 – 28:9

In this week’s parasha, Isaac and Rebekah marry and Rebekah gives birth to twins, Esau and Jacob. The pregnancy is difficult and God tells Rebekah that she is carrying “two nations” and that the “elder shall serve the younger.” Esau is born first and Jacob follows “holding Esau’s heel.” As the twins grow, Esau becomes a skillful hunter in the fields while Jacob remains at home as his mother’s favored son. One day when Esau is returning from the hunting field, Jacob convinces his brother to sell him his birthright for a pot of lentil stew. Years pass and Isaac is old and blind. Rebekah instructs Jacob to disguise himself as Esau and to deceive Isaac who will then offer Jacob the blessing of a first-born son. Esau is furious and vows to kill his brother. Rebekah tells Jacob to run away to Haran and find the home of her brother, Laban, where he will seek a wife among Laban’s daughters.

Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel is an inclusive congregation, accessible and welcoming to all. If you need accommodations, please call Karen at the Temple office.

TSTI is part of Greenfaith’s “Greening Reform Judaism Certification Program”. Visit our Greening page now. While we work at addressing our impact on the environment, you can assess yours – Calculate Your Carbon Footprint.

This email is as updated as possible. However, Temple information is subject to change without notice. For verification of any information, please call the Temple office at 973-763-4116 or visit http://www.tsti.org.

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TSTI Weekly Email Thursday, September 1, 2011 2 Elul 5771

SCHEDULE
OF SERVICES

shabbat

Fri., Sept. 2

 

Shabbat Service

6pm

Sat., Sept. 3

 

Minyan Service

Gross Bet Midrash

9:15am

 

MEETINGS

AND
PROGRAMS

Tues., Sept. 6
Executive Committee Meeting
8pm
Wed.,Sept. 7
Meditation
11am
Board of Trustees Meeting
8pm

TEMPLE FAMILY NEWS


Mazel Tov to…

Debbie and George Russ on the marriage of their daughter, Julie, to Nick Harris


Condolences to…


Howard Dessau on the death of his mother Grace Dessau


Robbie Weissenberg on the death of her mother Doris Rosen


 

Share your family’s news with our Clergy and with members of Caring Community. Please let us know of your family’s life cycle events or if you or someone you know is ill or in need of assistance from Temple.

 

 

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU, BUT PLEASE DO NOT ASSUME THAT THE CLERGY HAS HEARD THE NEWS!  Contact Sunny Seglin at 973-763-4116 or click on:
Sunny SeglinCindy Sonnabend
or  Ellen Blake

Do you have a new address, phone number, email? Let us know so we can stay in touch.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE

HIGH HOLY DAYS

 

Tickets:   Contact the temple office if you have not received your ticket request form.  Please return your ticket requests as soon as possible. Book of Remembrance entries must be returned by Sept. 14.

 

Ushers needed during the following High Holy Day Services:


Kabbalat Rosh Hashanah on Wed. Sept. 28 at 5:30pm


Kol Nidre on Fri. Oct. 7 at 6:45pm


Afternoon/Yiskor/Neilah on Sat. Oct. 8 at 3:30pm


Please contact Leslie Sporn


Adult Volunteers needed to chaperone the High Holiday Children’s Programs on Thurs., Sept. 29 at 8am and/or Sat., Oct. 8 at 8am.  Our teens do a fabulous job, but we need more adults to help with these wonderful programs.


Please contact Tracy Horwitz

 

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Classes at The Linda & Rudy Slucker Religious School begin on Sunday, Sept. 11. IF YOU HAVEN’T REGISTERED YET, CLICK ON:


Registration & Payment and Forms.  Call the religious school with questions, 973-763-3793.

 

URJ Biennial:  Register now to attend the URJ Biennial on Dec. 14 – 18, 2011 in Washington, D.C. Join with Reform Jews from around the country to learn, worship, hear inspiring speakers and make decisions about policies of the Reform Movement.  For more info, click on URL Biennial


A chance to win an iPad2:  Complete a survey about overnight summer camp for United Jewish Communities of MetroWest NJ and enter to win an iPad2.  Your children need not have attended camp for you to participate.  Go to Camp Survey


Register your college student for the TSTI College Corner: Students receive emails connecting them to our community and several “care” packages.  As soon as you have their correct mailing address, email Tracy Horwitz


You can help TSTI go GREEN: Sign up for paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you would like your Bulletin sent.


For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org.

TIKUN OLAM…

REPAIRING THE WORLD

 

Our neighbors need your help:  Were you anxious about feeding your family when you were waiting for the hurricane to hit?  Did you lose your power, have no usable water? There are families in our area who feel this anxiety every day. The need at the InterFaith Food Pantry of the Oranges is greater than ever for many families living in our area. REMEMBER TO “BRING ONE.” Bring a non-perishable food item EACH TIME YOU COME TO TEMPLE to be donated to the Interfaith Food Pantry.


Habitat Work Day: Join TSTI volunteers to build in West Orange on Sat., Sept. 17.  Age 16 and up are welcome (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). To sign up, call Barbara Laub at 973-763-8379 or email her at Barbara Laub ASAP.

 

East African Famine:  To read about the URJ’s efforts in this area and to donate to the cause, visit the URJ website

Donate Your Used Media: A new, free service will pick up books, CDs and DVDs from your curb and donate them to good causes, reuse or recycle them!  For more information, click here .

 

Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events.  Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.

 

LOOKING AHEAD

Visit our website at www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events

 

Kick-off the New Year with Women’s Connection! Share your favorite recipe and hear about June Feiss Hersh’s book Recipes Remembered: A Celebration of Survival on Sept. 20, 7pm-9pm.  Free to WC members.  RSVP to Julie Fuhrman or Canty Gross.

 

TSTI 5K RUN/WALK: Back by popular demand!  Watch for more info on our 2nd Annual TSTI 5Ktentatively scheduled for Sunday, October 16.

 

WEEKLY PARASHA

 

Parasha Shof’tim

 

Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9

 

Moses continues his address to the people as they are about to enter the Promised Land.  This parasha discusses the requirements for a judicial system and includes the well-known sentiment “Justice, justice shall you pursue” (16:20).  Moses speaks of  the prohibition against sorcery, the creation of “cities of refuge” for those who have committed  murder inadvertently, the rules regarding war and who should be exempt from battle and the laws pertaining to the appointment of a king.  The parasha concludes with an explanation of what shall be done by a community if a dead body has been found in its midst but the murderer is unknown.

 

TSTI Weekly Email Thursday, August 11, 2011 11 Av 5771

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summer familyCome As You Are:  Friday evening Shabbat services are casual and begin at 6pm throughout the summer.  Whenever possible, services will be held outside.

RS Go Green

The Linda & Rudy Slucker Religious School is going GREEN: Registration

and payment for the 2011/2012 school year is a two-step process, using the following links – Registration & Payment and Forms.  Call the religious school with questions, 973-763-3793.  

TSTI Hits Major Milestone in GreenFaith Certification Project:   Click here for more information.  

You can help TSTI go GREEN:  Sign up for your paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you’d like your Bulletin sent.  

East African Famine:  To read about the URJ’s efforts in that area or to donate to the cause, visit the URJ website. 

Register your college student for the TSTI College Corner:  Students receive emails connecting them to our community and several “care” packages.  As soon as you have their correct mailing address, email Tracy Horwitz

     
For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org. 

TIKUN OLAM…

REPAIRING THE WORLD
Hunger doesn’t go away just because School is out. It is more important than ever to remember to BRING ONE:  Bring a non-perishable food item EACH TIME YOU COME TO TEMPLE to be donated to the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges.  And maybe even make a few special trips now that our Schools are not in session!Habitat Work Day:  Join TSTI volunteers to build in West Orange on Sat. Sept. 17.  Age 16 and up are welcome (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult).  Please email Barbara Laub or call 973-763-8379 asap to sign up.

Donate Your Used Media:  A new, free service will pick up books, CDs and DVDs from your curb and donate them to good causes, reuse or recycle them!  For more information, click here .

Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events.  Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.
Women’s Connection Fall Kick-off Event:  Save the Date for Sept. 20, 7pm-9pm.  More details to follow…

Volunteers Needed:  Teens and Parents needed to run and chaperone the High Holy Days Children’s Programs on Thurs. Sept. 29 at 8am or on Sat. Oct. 8 at 8am.   Please email Tracy Horwitz if you can help out.

 

WEEKLY PARASHA

Parasha Va-et’chanan

Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11

 

This parasha continues Moses’ discourse to the people as they prepare to enter the Promised Land.  Moses reminds the people that God rejected his pleas to accompany them across the Jordan River and that Joshua will become their leader. Moses continues with a summary of the laws the people must follow in order to remain faithful to the covenant with God.   The Ten Commandments are repeated here and the unique and vital words of the Shema are set forth

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handicap symbolTemple Sharey Tefilo-Israel is an inclusive congregation, accessible and welcoming to all. If you need accommodations, please call Karen at the Temple office.

   

 

Greenfaith LogoTSTI is part of Greenfaith’s “Greening Reform Judaism Certification Program”.  Visit our Greening page now.  While we work at addressing our impact on the environment, you can assess yours –Calculate Your Carbon Footprint


This email is as updated as possible.  However, Temple information is subject to change without notice.  For verification of any information, please call the Temple office at 973-763-4116 or visitwww.tsti.org. 

SCHEDULE
OF SERVICES  

shabbat

Fri., Aug. 12

Shabbat Service
6 pm

Sat., Aug. 13

Minyan Service
Gross Bet Midrash

9:15am

This summer, the Divrei Torah will be given by congregants on the following Friday evenings:

August 19 – Alan Paul

August 26 – Elaine Garrod

Quick Links

TEMPLE FAMILY NEWS

Share your family’s news with our Clergy and with members of Caring Community.  Please let us know of your family’s life cycle events or if you or someone you know is ill or in need of assistance from Temple.WE ARE HERE FOR YOU, BUT PLEASE DO NOT ASSUME THAT THE CLERGY HAS HEARD THE NEWS!  Contact Sunny Seglin at 973-763-4116 or click on:
Sunny SeglinCindy Sonnabend
 or  Ellen Blake

 
Do you have a new address, phone number, email? Let us know so we can stay in touch.
 
SEND A
TSTI TRIBUTE TO ACKNOWLEDGE LIFE CYCLE EVENTS
Call 973-763-4116 or email

tributes@tstinj.org

for information on the Funds available and for Acknowledgment Cards to be sent.
It’s an easy way to show you care!